Jobik Posted March 21, 2020 Share Posted March 21, 2020 (edited) Hi all Yesterday I mounted a SSD drive on my mobo to accelerate my computer. And a strange thing happened : - I switched off my computer, put the SSD in its slot, screwed it and rebooted. - The pc booted fine. I entered the bios to verify that my new disk was there and... no, it was not. The M2.1 slot - where i put the SSD - was marked "empty". Argg... Never mind, I launched Windows 10. The OS found a new drive and asked me to initialize it for future use, what I did. I then ran the samsung utility (Samsung Magician). All worked fine. The speed is ok as you can see on the picture. I rebooted, re-entered the Bios, to see if i missed something... The M2.1 slot was still empty but, strange thing, the SSD was found in the boot order section. I quit the bios ,pressed F8 to access the Boot menu : and, yes, my new drive was there. So, i do not worry about that, but i would like to know if anybody had encountered this situation. And if someone has an explanation.... it would be great too Thank you for reading Config : Asus Prime X470-pro with an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (2019) Samsung EvoPlus NVMe M2 (250 Go) Windows 10 x64 Edited March 21, 2020 by Jobik Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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